Apple TV 4K 3rd Generation): Best for the Apple-Centric
A powerful, feature-rich media streamer that’s pricier than most
20 Tips for Leveling Up Your Work-at-Home Game
Whether you're new to working remotely or just looking fo do if beffer, fhese fips can help you stay productive and maintain balance.
12 Google Calendar Tricks You're Probably Not Using
Wondering how to share your Google Calendar? Want to add a new calendar? Here are the tips you need.
SimpliSafe Home Security System: Affordable Ease of Use
Affordable security with a focus on flexibility
Honda Unveils First All-Electric SUV, Built on GM's Battery Platform
The Honda Prologue battery-electric SUV arrives in 2024 and will use the Ultium battery technology developed by General Motors.
We Must Save Streaming Video Before It’s Too Late
A generation of art risks extinction if the companies that own streaming services don’t believe their vast libraries are worth preserving. We have to act now to save it.
If You Have a Uterus, Don't Buy an Apple Watch
New women's health and reproductive features in the Apple Watch 8 and Ultra have the potential to cause harm following the overturning of Roe v. Wade.
Lenovo Legion 7i Gen 7: Maximum Performance
Intel's Core HX revs up a mobile powerhouse of a gaming PC
HP Envy 16: An All-Round Performer
A slightly hefty but superb content-creation station
Most people don’t read privacy policies and have no idea what they agree to when signing up for tech services. But fo be fair, most policies are written to obfuscate and confuse.
HOW TO TAKE BETTER BREAKS
Taking breaks is necessary, but when you’re working from home, there’s a fine line between productivity-boosting rests and procrastination. Here’s what you need to know to recharge the right way.
HOW TO ORGANIZE YOUR ONLINE STORAGE
Sort out your messy files and folders with this foolproof strategy.
HOW TO IMPROVE WORKPLACE COMMUNICATION
Your mode of communication is just as important as the message. Rethinking how you communicate at work can lead fo vastly beffer results.
12 Ways to Be More Secure Online
Follow these tips to protect the security of your devices, your data, your internet traffic, and your identity.
Crunchyroll: Expansive Anime Library
It’s a one-stop shop.
Kaspersky Standard: Top Lab Scores
Awash in security features.
THAT TEXT YOU GOT FOR SOMEONE ELSE? IT WAS REALLY MEANT TO HOOK YOU
Don’t be a victim of the so-called ‘misdirected text’ scam, in which someone tries to trick you into responding so that they can ask you for money or get you to click on a malicious link.
PSA: STOP USING INAPP BROWSERS NOW
TikTok’s in-app browser is a privacy nightmare, but it’s not the only one to watch out for. Beware of other popular app browsers, which could be recording everything you type.
GLOBAL THREAT ACTORS USE THE ‘GREAT RESIGNATION’ TO TARGET JOB SEEKERS
Looking to get out of offices and adopt the remote-work lifestyle? A pair of cybersecurity experts at Black Hat warned that nation-state criminals may try to scam you with phishing links.
CAUGHT IN A SHAM ROMANCE: HOW TO SPOT ONLINE DATING SCAMS
What red flags should you look out for when entering the wild world of virtual romance?
ESSENTIAL APPS FOR IRONCLAD ONLINE PRIVACY
Another day, another data breach. Sidestepping trackers and protecting your personal information might seem like a hopeless task, but these top privacy apps can really make a difference.
Twitter Won’t Get Better: It’s Time to Shut It Down
As an explosive whistleblower report demonstrates, Twitter can’t stop disinformation on its platform. It’s time to roast this bird.
4 Things We Didn’t Get With the iPhone 14
Rumors were rife in the lead-up to Apple’s iPhone 14 launch event. While the new phone lineup is impressive, we still have a wish list of features we’ll be holding onto for next year.
Curious About Starlink’s ‘Best Effort’ Tier? Early Users Give Rave Reviews
Speeds can be slower than what Starlink usually offers. But for rural users with few options for high-speed internet, the Best Effort tier is a huge improvement.
Here’s Why Craigslist Still Looks the Same After 25-Plus Years
Craig Newmark’s explanation of the site’s evolution (or lack thereof) is surprisingly simple.